The Future of Privacy Forum and Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) launched the Brussels Privacy Symposium as a new global centerpiece for practical, applicable, substantive privacy research and scholarship. The Symposium has been an unqualified success, bringing together attendees from leading EU and US academic institutions, industry practitioners, and policymakers to discuss new thinking and scholarship on topics of de-identification and AI ethics.
On November 19, 2019, the third iteration of the Brussels Privacy Symposium, “Exploring the Intersection of Data Protection and Competition Law,” occurs where thought leaders and regulators in data protection and privacy and competition law will discuss the complex issues arising at the intersection of these two areas. As a sponsor of the symposium, you and your organization can ensure that the best ideas by privacy professionals on both sides of the Atlantic receive full consideration along with your recognized support.
Sponsorship of the Brussels Privacy Symposium
Sponsorship of the Brussels Privacy Symposium is offered to interested supporters and members of the Future of Privacy Forum for a one-time sponsorship fee US$10,000. The sponsorship offers these distinct benefits:
- Your organization is established as a Sponsor of the Brussels Privacy Symposium, “Exploring the Intersection of Data Protection and Competition Law,” November 19, 2019
- Your organization is promoted as a Sponsor, receiving recognition on the Symposium website, at the November 19 workshop event with signage and podium thank you
- Your organization is recognized in pre-event and post-event promotions and all related communications/media activities
Join us as a sponsor or returning sponsor* for the 2019 Brussels Privacy Symposium
Please contact Barbara Kelly, Leadership Director, at [email protected] for sign-up information and further details.
*Sponsors of the Brussels Privacy Symposium, “AI Ethics: The Privacy Challenge”
**Founding Sponsors of the Brussels Privacy Symposium, “Identifiability: Policy and Practical Solutions for Anonymization and Pseudonymization”